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Net Zero Stocktake 2022
Publication date 13 Jun 2022

The Net Zero Stocktake 2022 report shows that target-setting momentum continues and measures of quality are improving, but also that an alarming lack of credibility pervades the entire landscape.

State of Climate Action 2021
Publication date 09 Jun 2022

The report identifies 40 indicators across key sector and assesses how current trends will impact how much work remains to be done by 2030 and 2050

Net Zero Tracker press conference
Venue Room: Nairobi 4, SB 56 Bonn
Date 13 Jun 2022
Start time 09:15

This briefing will introduce a new Global Stocktake of net zero commitments; assessing the status and trends of net zero target-setting across countries, sub-national governments, and corporates - released for the first time since the original ‘Taking Stock’ report in 2021. Speakers: Takeshi Kuramochi (NewClimate Institute), Angel Hsu (Data-Driven EnviroLab), Richard Black (ECIU) and Thomas Hale (Oxford Net Zero)

Supporting the narrative of the energy transition in Southeast Asia
Venue Room: Berlin; SB 56, Bonn
SB 56 platform for virtual participation
Date 11 Jun 2022
Start time 16:45

This event was on the the status of the energy transition in various Southeast Asian countries and illustrates, how research-based evidence can positively shape the narrative around decarbonising the energy sector.

Supporting collective progress assessment under the Global Stocktake
Publication date 09 Jun 2022

Differentiated analysis of collective progress and national courses of action following the Global Stocktake

Introducing performance distributions to visualise collective progress towards mitigation goals of the Paris Agreement
Publication date 09 Jun 2022

Visualising country progress as performance distributions fulfils the GST’s criteria of evaluating collective progress while communicating that not all countries are the same.

The UN Climate Change reconvenes next week in Bonn: what will be discussed?
Publication date 09 Jun 2022

Image via Flickr The midyear UN climate conference “56th session of the Subsidiary Bodies” will take place from 6 to 16 June 2022, in Bonn. These sessions focus on means of implementation and policy requirements in preparation of the COP in November. This triangulation is hoped to act as a catalyst to ensure no Party remains stagnant in their climate ambition and are aware of the price of their inaction. Whilst there will be much to debate, and negotiate on the agenda, this blogpost will focus on the top four pain points. 1. Calling for more ambitious climate pledges by the end of 2022 The...

CAT press conference at Bonn Sessions (SB 56)
Venue SB 56, Bonn
Date 08 Jun 2022
Start time 10:00

Mia Moisio, Niklas Höhne, Claire Stockwell and Deborah Ramalope presented the latest Climate Action Tracker briefing which looked at government responses to the global energy crisis, at a press conference at the Bonn Sessions (SB 56) on 8 June 2022.

The climate and health double dividend
Publication date 30 May 2022

An early phase out of coal plants around the world could help avoid over 14.5 million premature deaths from air pollution over the next three decades, delivering an economic benefit of $16.3 trillion. Our new analysis shows the enormous scale of public health benefits of urgently phasing out operating and planned coal plants in 24 countries, covering over 90% of the global fleet. The twin climate and health impacts are shown in an interactive online tool which pinpoints their source in different countries, and allows users to adjust the time horizon, consider different scenarios, and explore right down to the level of individual units.

Polina Korneeva

Polina Korneeva is a graphic designer, creating visual content for diverse projects and research topics. Prior to working at NewClimate Institute, Polina worked at a think tank in the area of sustainability where she supported the communications team by editing videos, visualizing data and creating graphics and took part in a project focusing on the valuation of externalities in eco-agri-food systems. She holds a bachelor's degree in Media Studies, Journalism and Environmental Studies from Masaryk University, Czech Republic and a master’s in Environmental Planning from the Technical University...

Aman Gill-Lang

Aman Gill-Lang is an Editor where she focuses on aligning the messaging of NewClimate Institute with the broader audience. She is responsible for ensuring the written outputs are accessible and visible. With over fifteen years’ experience each of her roles have centered around communications. Prior to joining NewClimate Institute, Aman worked for, amongst others, as a communication specialist at the UNFCCC. She holds a BSc in Chemistry from King’s College London, an MSc in Forensic Science from the University of Strathclyde and is completing her MSc thesis in Carbon Management from the...

Reena Skribbe

Reena Skribbe is a climate policy analyst, where her most recent work focuses on the quantification of sustainable development impacts of climate action in South-East Asia, a global analysis of air quality related health impacts from coal plants, and the mitigation potential of international carbon markets. Reena holds a MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BSc in Economics from the University of Cologne. For her dissertation she quantified the financial market impact of delinking emission trading schemes.


Milo started with NewClimate in 2020 and is based in Cologne. He supports the mental and physical health of the team through offering relaxing walks and cuddles.

Santiago Woollands

Santiago Woollands is a climate policy analyst where he works on projects related to the quantitative analysis of GHG emissions trajectories and the implementation of emissions reduction policies at the national and subnational level. He is also involved in projects in the area of climate finance, focusing on issues of Paris alignment of international and multilateral organizations. Santiago holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy Analysis from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt, where he specialised in the energy transition. His master thesis investigated...

Landscape for mitigation action and finance in Georgia’s agriculture sector
Publication date 01 Apr 2022

This report presents a comprehensive mapping of mitigation options available in the subsector, mitigation potential, abatement costs, key barriers of uptake, financing options, and applicability to the Georgian context.

Landscape for mitigation and finance in Georgia’s urban mobility sector
Publication date 01 Apr 2022

This report presents a comprehensive mapping of mitigation options available in the subsector, mitigation potential, abatement costs, key barriers of uptake, financing options, and applicability to the Georgian context.

Sector-level policy gaps for climate change mitigation in Georgia
Publication date 01 Apr 2022

This report assesses Georgia’s sectoral mitigation policy coverage by identifying and exploring gaps in each sector and outlines the potential for further sectoral action, based on examples from international contexts.

Initiating a fair and inclusive energy transition in Indonesia
Publication date 31 Mar 2022

This paper sets out our analysis of the Indonesian government plan to replace 3.4GW of coal units at Suralaya with new grid-connected solar PV capacity in the Java-Bali grid.

Smoother transitions
Publication date 31 Mar 2022

This paper presents a practical approach that allows analysts to incorporate the notions of fairness and inclusiveness into their decarbonisation strategies and climate action plans.

Transition risks, mitigation options, and the global protein transformation in the context of Argentina’s agriculture sector
Publication date 22 Mar 2022

Identifies transition risks faced by Argentina’s export-oriented agriculture industry, evaluates emissions reduction options in livestock and cropping systems, and explores economic opportunities with the protein transition.

COMPASS toolbox
Publication date 18 Mar 2022

The "COMPASS” toolbox is a selection of climate scenario modelling tools to assess and understand the impacts of climate action and policies.

Unpacking the COVID-19 rescue and recovery spending: an assessment of implications on greenhouse gas emissions towards 2030 for key emitters
Publication date 11 Mar 2022

We developed a new framework to categorise rescue and recovery spending measures according to their level of greenness and their type of expected impact on greenhouse gas emissions.

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